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segunda-feira, 17 de abril de 2017

ADVFN - Petrobras, má notícia: produção de petróleo cai em março


Fonte:  ADVFN

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A produção média de petróleo da Petrobras (BOV:PETR4) no Brasil foi de 2,12 milhões de barris por dia em março, queda de 3% na comparação anual. Segundo a companhia, o resultado se deve, principalmente, às paradas para manutenção do FPSO Cidade de Angra dos Reis, localizado no campo de Lula, no pré-sal da Bacia de Santos, e da P-37, no campo de Marlim, na Bacia de Campos. A produção de petróleo e gás natural na camada pré-sal, foi de 1,5 milhão de barris de óleo equivalente por dia, 2% inferior ao mês anterior, devido à parada do FPSO Cidade de Angra dos Reis. No entanto, na comparação anual, houve um aumento de 36% na produção do pré-sal. 

quarta-feira, 12 de abril de 2017

Recorde na produção de grãos


Prezados(a), bom dia

A Conab (Companhia Nacional de Abastecimento) divulgou a 7ª estimativa da safra 2016/17 e os resultando indicaram que o Brasil terá um recorde na produção de grãos.  Esta elevação na oferta vai favorecer uma queda nos preços domésticos e também reduzirá os custos para os produtores de carnes e leite.
 
Hoje será divulgada a decisão da reunião do Copom e a expectativa do mercado indica que o Banco Central deve elevar o ritmo do corte dos juros. Para analistas a redução do Bacen deve ficar ente 0,75 e 1,00 p.p.














segunda-feira, 10 de abril de 2017

Mercado reduz projeções para a Selic, Taxa de Câmbio e IPCA


Em linha com as expectativas de uma retomada da economia brasileira a partir do segundo semestre , o mercado revisou para baixo as projeções da  Taxa Selic (de 8,75% para 8,50%)   e do IPCA ( de 4,10% para 4,09% ) para 2017. A taxa câmbio de também sofreu uma redução de (US$/R$ 3,25 para R$/US$ 3,23)

Merece destaque também o comportamento do IPCA de março , que apresentou menor elevação em comparação com fevereiro, sinalizando a continuidade da desaceleração da inflação e a aproximação do centro da meta estipulado pelo Bacen.











quarta-feira, 5 de abril de 2017

Setor Automotivo apresenta estabilização

Ontem a Fenabrave (Federação Nacional da Distribuição de Veículos Automotores) divulgou os dados sobre as vendas de veículos do primeiro trimestre de 2017.  E os resultados indicaram que a demanda doméstica sinaliza uma estabilização. 

A expectativa do mercado indica que a retomada do  setor automotivo irá ocorrer de forma gradual, assim que a demanda doméstica comece a apresentar sinais claros de recuperação. Analistas de mercado apontam que no final do segundo trimestre já será possível observar estes dados.  

Boletim Focus - 31/03

De acordo com os resultados do Relatório Focus divulgado hoje, os analistas ajustaram para baixo as projeções de 2017 para a taxa Selic(de 9,00% para 8,75%) e o IPCA ( de 4,12% para 4,10%).  Outro indicador que sofreu ajuste foi a expectativa da taxa de câmbio (de US$/R$ 3,28 para R$/US$ 3,25)


segunda-feira, 3 de abril de 2017

Confiança do comércio atinge maior nível desde dezembro de 2014

 

O Índice de Confiança do Comércio (ICOM) da Fundação Getulio Vargas subiu 3,1 pontos em março, ao passar de 82,5 para 85,6 pontos, o maior nível desde dezembro de 2014. Na métrica de médias móveis trimestrais, o índice avançou 2,4 pontos.



Já o Índice de Confiança de Serviços (ICS) da Fundação Getulio Vargas subiu 4,4 pontos em março, para 85,3 pontos, o maior nível desde dezembro de 2014.


Fonte: FGV                                            
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quinta-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2017

US Market - Thursday, 23 February 2017




Source: ADVFN Newsdesk <newsdesk@advfn.co.uk>

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The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher opening on Thursday following the lackluster performance seen in the previous session. The markets may benefit from recent upward momentum, which has helped propel the major averages to new record highs. Buying interest may be somewhat subdued, however, as political uncertainty could keep some traders on the sidelines.

Stocks showed a lack of direction throughout the trading session on Wednesday before ending the day little changed. Despite the choppy trading on the day, the Dow still managed to climb to another new record closing high. The major averages eventually ended the day on opposite sides of the unchanged line. While the Dow rose 32.60 points or 0.2 percent to 20,775.60, the Nasdaq edged down 5.32 points or 0.1 percent to 5,860.63 and the S&P 500 dipped 2.56 points or 0.1 percent to 2,362.82.

The lackluster close on Wall Street came following the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy meeting. The minutes said many meeting participants expressed the view that it might be appropriate to raise interest rates again fairly soon if incoming data on the labor market and inflation is in line with or stronger than current expectations. A few participants noted that continuing to remove policy accommodation in a timely manner, potentially at an upcoming meeting, would allow the Fed greater flexibility in responding to subsequent changes in economic conditions, the minutes said.

While some participants warned of the risk of a sizable undershooting of the longer-run normal unemployment rate, others continued to see downside risks to inflation. Earlier in the day, the National Association of Realtors released a report showing that existing home sales rebounded by more than expected in the month of January. NAR said existing home sales surged up by 3.3 percent to an annual rate of 5.69 million in January after falling by 1.6 percent to a revised 5.51 million in December.

Economists had expected existing home sales to climb to an annual rate of 5.54 million from the 5.49 million originally reported for the previous month. With the bigger than expected increase, existing home sales climbed to their highest level since reaching 5.79 million in February of 2007. Most of the major sectors ended the day showing only modest moves, contributing to the lackluster close by the broader markets. Energy stocks saw considerable weakness, however, with a drop by the price of crude oil weighing on the sector. Reflecting the weakness in the energy sector, the NYSE Arca Natural Gas Index plunged by 2.5 percent, the Philadelphia Oil Service Index slumped by 1.9 percent and the NYSE Arca Oil & Gas Index dropped by 1.5 percent.

Notable weakness was also visible among gold stocks, as reflected by the 1.8 percent loss posted by the NYSE Arca Gold Bugs Index. Steel and biotechnology stocks also moved to the downside on the day, while some strength was visible among chemical stocks.

terça-feira, 21 de fevereiro de 2017

Vale anuncia mudanças no controle da companhia



Fonte: ADVFN Brasil 
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Em comunicado ao mercado, a bov.Vale (BOV:VALE5) informou que os controladores da companhia assinaram um novo acordo de acionistas, a vigorar a partir de maio deste ano. O acordo, além das regras comuns relativas a voto e direito de preferência na aquisição de ações dos acionistas, dispõe sobre a apresentação de uma proposta à companhia com o objetivo de viabilizar a listagem da Vale no segmento especial do Novo Mercado da BM&FBOVESPA e a transformá-la em uma sociedade sem controle definido. Uma das etapas do processo será a conversão voluntária de suas ações preferenciais classe A (VALE5, as ações mais negociadas da companhia na Bovespa) em ações ordinárias (VALE3), na relação de 0,9342 ação ordinária por ação preferencial classe A da Vale, definida com base no preço de fechamento das ações ordinárias e preferenciais apurado com base na média dos últimos 30 pregões na BM&FBOVESPA anteriores a 17 de fevereiro, ponderada pelo volume de ações negociado. 

quarta-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2016

Job openings little changed at 5.4 million in November

Job openings were little changed at 5.4 million on the last business day of November. Hires and separations were also little changed at 5.2 million and 4.9 million, respectively. Within separations, the quits rate was 2.0 percent and the layoffs and discharges rate was 1.2 percent.
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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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segunda-feira, 11 de janeiro de 2016

Focus - Relatório de Mercado de 8 de janeiro de 2016.

Focus -Relatório de Mercado de 8 de janeiro de 2016.

London Market Report - Monday, 11 January 2016



Source: ADVFN Newsdesk <newsdesk@advfn.co.uk>
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London open: Stocks gain on China stimulus hopes
UK equities climbed on Monday as investors shrugged off another negative session in Asia.
Chinese stocks declined as oil prices continued to fall and a report over the weekend showed producer prices remained in deflation.

"While China's Yuan currency was fixed slightly firmer, note Saturday's Chinese inflation data which saw consumer price inflation edge up as expected to 1.6% but producer prices remain under pressure and fail to deliver the uptick expected by consensus," according to Mike van Dulken and Augustin Eden at Accendo Markets.

"This data will only add to hopes of more intervention by the People's Bank of China to both buoy the equity markets as well as the flagging growth that is concerning investors worldwide."

At 0902 GMT Brent crude fell 2.2% to $32.80 per barrel while West Texas Intermediate dipped 2.06% to $32.49 per barrel amid tensions in the Middle East and concerns of an oversupply in the market.

Still to come, a report from Sentix on Eurozone investor confidence is due at 0930 GMT, the US labour market conditions index is released at 1500 GMT while Federal Reserve policymaker Robert Kaplan speaks after the close.

Company-wise, Taylor Wimpey gained after saying 2015 was a year of steady growth, and has indicated it is starting the new year with a strong order book. Total home completions in the UK for the year to 31 December 2015 increased by 7% to 13,341, including 2,509 affordable homes, according to a trading statement.

Savills jumped after the real estate firm said underlying full year results for the full year will be ahead of previous expectations boosted by its investment management business although it warned that global economic uncertainty and rising interest rates would result in a "tempering" of transaction volumes. 

A china pode abalar o mundo?




Quando uma grande economia como a chinesa entra em crise, as consequências tende a ser graves para o resto do mundo. 

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quinta-feira, 7 de janeiro de 2016

Roda Viva | Gustavo Franco | 23/11/2015

A distância mínima entre esquerda e direita na AL, por Gloria Álvarez

London Market Report - Thursday, 07 January 2016

Source: ADVFN Newsdesk <newsdesk@advfn.co.uk>

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London open: Stocks slip on China and oil price worries
UK stocks fell on Thursday as concerns over China's troubles escalated and as oil prices collapsed. Chinese trading in mainland markets was halted for the day after shares fell more than 7% for the second time this week.The country's "circuit-breaker" rule kicked in the first 30 minutes of trading, making it the shortest ever trading day.

"Combine China's current chaos with the backbone-less (and China-exacerbated) performance from Brent Crude (which, after falling 6% yesterday, has collapsed by a further 4.5% this morning to hit a fresh 11 year low) and the global indices have been left in the midst of what is arguably their most calamitous week since the storied trading of last August," said Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex.At 0901 GMT, Brent crude fell 3.7% to $33.01 per barrel and West Texas Intermediate dropped 4.2% to $32.58 per barrel.

On the macro-economic data front, German factory orders rose 2.1% in November compared to a year ago, beating expectations for a 1.1% increase. German retail gained 2.3% year-on-year in November, trailing estimates for a 3.7% jump. UK house prices rose more than forecast in December, rising 1.7% from a month ago, compared to estimates of 0.5%. Still to come, a batch of Eurozone reports are due including on retail sales, consumer confidence and unemployment. In afternoon trade, US initial jobless claims are due.

In company news, Marks & Spencer gained after reporting a mixed trading statement and saying chief executive Mark Bolland will retire this year and hand the baton to well-regarded merchandise chief Steve Rowe. Mining stocks were under pressure on China woes, including Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Glencore and Rio Tinto.  Oil producers were also under the cosh on the price slump, including Royal Dutch Shell, BG Group, Tullow Oil and Nostrum Oil & GasHSBC rebounded after receiving a downgrade from JP Morgan to 'underweight' from 'neutral'. 

segunda-feira, 4 de janeiro de 2016

US Economic Reports - Monday, 04 January 2016

Source: ADVFN Newsdesk <newsdesk@advfn.co.uk>

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Jobs and private sector activity data are among the key economic readings scheduled for release in the unfolding week, as traders seek additional clarity on the economic outlook in the New Year. The spotlight is likely to be on the Labor Department's monthly non-farm payrolls data for December as well as ADP's private sector payrolls data for December, weekly jobless claims data, the results of the Institute for Supply's national manufacturing and non-manufacturing surveys for December and Markit's final manufacturing and service sector PMIs for December.

Monthly U.S. auto sales for December, some Fed speeches and the minutes of the December FOMC meeting, where the Fed began its monetary policy normalization by announcing its first hike in nearly a decade, could also be on the radar. The Commerce Department's construction spending, trade balance, factor orders, and wholesale trade data, all for November, and the Federal Reserve's consumer credit report for November round up the economic events of the week.

Markit is set to release its final U.S. manufacturing PMI data for December at 9:45 am ET. Economists expect the index to be upwardly revised to 52.8 from the flash estimate of 51.3, up slightly from the November reading of 52.6.

The Institute for Supply Management is due to release the results of its national manufacturing survey for December at 10 am ET. The consensus estimate calls for an increase in the manufacturing PMI to 49.2 from 48.6 in November.

The manufacturing PMI dropped to 48.6 in November from 50.1 in October, with a reading below 50 indicating a contraction in manufacturing activity. The pullback into contraction territory came as a surprise to economists, who had expected the index to climb to a reading of 50.5.

Also at 10 am, the Commerce Department is scheduled to release its construction spending data for November. Economists expect construction spending growth of 0.7 percent month-over-month.

Construction spending rose more than expected in October, reaching its highest level in nearly eight years. Construction spending climbed 1.0 percent to an annual rate of $1.107 trillion in October. Economists had expected spending to rise by 0.6 percent.

US Market - Monday, 04 January 2016

Source: ADVFN Newsdesk <newsdesk@advfn.co.uk>

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The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a lower opening on Monday, with sentiment reflecting the aggravation of risk aversion, as China-turmoil hits the markets. Commodities are rallying as geopolitical worries surrounding the Iran-Saudi Arabian conflict drove up prices, especially of oil, which is moderately higher after ending 2015 with over a 31 percent loss. The dollar is firmer except against commodity currencies. The near 7 percent sell-off in China earlier in the day could lead the U.S. markets to an extremely negative start to the year. Traders may also pay attention to two separate U.S. manufacturing readings due shortly after the markets open.

U.S. stocks ended the last week of the year 2015 on a down note, capping off a year of volatility engendered by Fed rate hike fears and the precipitous slump of commodities, spearheaded by oil.

Last Monday, the major averages came under pressure, as lower commodity prices served as a drag. Nevertheless, the averages recovered from their early slump and ended modest lower. Helped by a stalling in the retreat of oil prices and a positive U.S. consumer confidence reading, the averages rebounded on Tuesday, ending notably higher.

Weak pending home sales data and oil's retreat pulled the major averages moderately lower on Wednesday. Notwithstanding a rebound by oil prices, stocks retreated notably on Thursday amid light volumes ahead of the extended weekend.

For the week ended December 31st, the Dow Industrials lost 0.72 percent, while the S&P 500 Index and the Nasdaq Composite lost about 0.80 percent each.

The Dow, at 17,425, ended down 2.23 percent for the year and 4.85 percent off its record closing high of 18,312. The S&P 500 Index was also in the red for the year, closing 0.73 percent lower at 2,044, down 4 percent from an all time closing high of 2,129. The Nasdaq Composite ended at 5,007, up 5.73 percent for the year but down 4.05 percent from its record closing high of 5,219.

Among the sectors, the NYSE Arca Gold Bugs Index fell 4.76 percent for the week andthe NYSE Arca Oil & Gas Index, the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index and the NYSE Arca Airline Index all lost over 3 percent.

Focus - Relatório de Mercado de 31 de dezembro de 2015.

Focus -Relatório de Mercado de 31 de dezembro de 2015.